New Circulation Policy
OSU Loan Rules:
Students 6 Weeks (Unlimited Renewals)
Faculty/Staff 17 Weeks (Unlimited Renewals)
A/V Items 1 Week (3 Renewals)
OhioLINK Loan Rules:
Students 3 Weeks (6 Renewals)
Faculty/Staff 6 Weeks (6 Renewals)
SearchOhio Loan Rules:
Students 3 Weeks (3 Renewals)
Faculty/Staff 3 Weeks (3 Renewals)
A/V Items 1 Week (3 Renewals)
Unless requested by another patron, OSU owned books can be renewed indefinitely and OhioLINK books can be renewed 4 times. You may renew materials online, by phone, or at the desk. A $10.00, per day, fine is charged if you do not return materials that someone else has requested. No overdue fines are charged on materials not requested by someone else. However, if you do not respond to overdue notices, the item will be declared lost and billed and you will be charged to replace the item. Fines are charged on overdue reserve materials ($2.00 for the hour, $5.00 per hour thereafter). Failure to return materials and pay fines will result in a hold being placed on your records.
Unlike OSU, OhioLINK and SearchOhio overdue fines are charged at the rate of $.50 per day whether the item has been recalled or not. OhioLINK items are assumed lost if overdue more than 30 days. A $50.00 fine will be charged for items that are assumed lost and then returned. SearchOhio items lost will be billed $25.00 if more than 30 days overdue. Fines may be paid online or at Fees and Deposits.
Laptop & Calculator Checkout
Laptops and Calculators can be checked out from the Library for 4 hours with a fine of $10 for every hour that it is overdue. Also available for use with the laptops are a/c wall chargers, mice, and headphones. All of which are checked out for 4 hours and have a $10 per hour fine for every hour they are overdue.
Printing in the Library
Students must use their BuckID/Campus ID to use the pay-to-print printers available in the library.
Newark Campus Library follows the policies of The Ohio State University Library. If you have any questions, please contact Tauni Graham: 740-364-9501
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The code of student conduct is established to foster and protect the core missions of the university, to foster the scholarly and civic development of the university's students in a safe and secure learning environment, and to protect the people, properties and processes that support the university and its missions.
OhioLINK is committed to protecting the privacy and confidentiality of its users.
Unauthorized distribution of intellectual property, including peer-to-peer file sharing, constitutes copyright infringement, and could be subject to college disciplinary action and civil and criminal penalties, including fines. A description of the COTC’s policies with respect to unauthorized peer-to-peer file sharing, including disciplinary actions that are taken against students who engage in illegal or unauthorized distribution of copyrighted materials using the school’s information technology system is available here.
The vision of the Newark Campus Public Safety Department is to provide a safe and secure campus that demonstrates openness, trust, honesty and integrity and respects differences in ideas, cultures, and lifestyles.
This policy is created to comply with the Drug-Free School and Communities Act Amendments of 1989 (Public Law 101-226), which requires that the university/college show it has adopted and implemented a program to prevent the illicit use of drugs and the abuse of alcohol by faculty, staff, and students, and to set forth the standards to provide a community setting that is safe, healthy, and productive for all faculty, staff, and students of The Ohio State University at Newark and Central Ohio Technical College.